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A World Bank dispute settlement body has ruled that Pakistan must pay $5.9 billion to the Tethyan Copper Company as the result of a seven-year arbitration over mining rights in Pakistan's Balochistan province, Dawn reported July 15.
Ethiopia's Amhara Democratic Party (ADP) has named Temesgen Tiruneh, a former security adviser to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, as head of the restive region after the assassination of the regional president and other key officials in June, Reuters reported July 15.
The chief executive officer of Russian oil giant Rosneft has asked the Russian government for tax breaks worth 2.6 trillion rubles ($41.3 billion) in a private letter obtained by Russian newspaper Vedomosti, the paper reported July 14.
Numerous Pakistani businesses across the country have staged a day-long strike to protest a sales tax hike that the government has included in its budget to comply with the International Monetary Fund's demands to generate greater tax revenue, Reuters reported July 13.
China's economic growth slowed in the second quarter of 2019 as its gross domestic product increased by just 6.2 percent year over year, marking its lowest rise since 1992, the South China Morning Post reported July 15.
Public opinion polls suggest that Han Kuo-yu, mayor of the port city of Kaohsiung, has won the primary vote for Taiwan's opposition Nationalist Party for the upcoming 2020 elections, AP reported July 15.
The "Peace to Prosperity" workshop in Bahrain may have been less about Palestinian prosperity and more about drawing Arab, especially Gulf, countries into the Middle East peace process -- and into deeper normalization with Israel.
Islamist extremists exploded a car bomb outside a hotel in Somalia's southern port city of Kismayo and then took over the building for more than 14 hours, killing 26 people before security forces ended the siege, AP reported July 13.
South Korea has called for an international investigation into both South Korean and Japanese export controls after Japanese lawmakers and media leaks alleged that Seoul's regulators failed to stop the smuggling of chemical weapons precursors to Iran, China and North Korea, Bloomberg reported July 11.